KB Super Afghan Loom
Overview & Details
What's better than a soft, cozy blanket? A homemade soft, cozy blanket! Show someone just how special they are by knitting them a snuggly afghan or warm shawl. Then tell them it's made from lots of yarn with a little bit of love woven in for good measure.
What You Get
- Afghan loom
- Knit hook
- Instructions with 3 projects
- "S"-shaped loom with 198 pegs lets you knit very wide pieces without needing a long loom
- Easy to hold and turn
- Knit up to a 60"W afghan
- Lightweight at less than 2 lbs.
- Simple and fun process – just wrap and hook
- Made of plastic
- Approx. 18-3/4"L x 11-3/4"W x 2"H
- Made in China
love my afghan loom
I am right now well last few weeks working on my first afghan have had no problems, easy to get going, use blanket yarn working like a charm, if you are not sure, don't give up I watch tv and making this afghan at the same time. Thanks HSN and KB for a great product. Am very happy, and enjoying this loom.cadair6, KS
Love it easy to use even for a disabled lefty!
I have been wanting to knit an afghan for awhile and once I seen this I had to get it. I am a stroke survivor as well as disabled. Holding and working on circular needles was impossible for me. Since my stroke learning new things are also difficult. And on top of that I am left handed. I have to say that I am 100% happy with this loom. I have been working with it for 4 days and I am almost at the end of my first skein. I know what my grandchildren will be getting for Christmas 2016!MyraFromAkron, OH
Super easy to use for a non sewer
I bought this for my mother and i have taken it back and have been using it now my self. I find it very easy to use... now that i got the hang of it. At first it was a little hard to get the hang of it and tried to do it flat on my lap and find it much easier to have it stand up on my lap horizontally.My mother and i tried a few stitches at first to see what was easier and looked the best. I did have to start over three times till i found a stitch that works the best for me. After your cast on row i find wrapping each peg counter clockwise makes the stitches easy to pull over and will always give you a good stop if you do need to stop a row in the middle. Also note after your first 5 rows or so it looks like your afghan rolls at the bottom, once you get more length and weight it unrolls. The loom has a marker on each peg to easy put the hook in and a little triangle to know your start/stop point. I honestly love this. It is relaxing to do at night when watching tv and sitting next toCaryFern, IL